Henry Newton Livermore was a resident of Lebanon, Connecticut on August 29, 1861 when he enlisted as a Corporal in Co. D of the 8th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry. He died March 31, 1862.
He was born August 26, 1841 in East Windsor, Connecticut to Aaron Russell and Mary Gay (Skinner) Livermore. In the 1850 U.S. census in Mansfield, he is a 9 year old in the household of A. W. Livermore.
His father was pastor of the Congregational Church in North Mansfield, now Storrs Congregational Church, from 1843 through 1858. In February 1860 he became pastor of the Goshen Congregational Church in Lebanon.
Henry Livermore is buried at Roanoke Island, North Carolina but there is a headstone for Henry on his family monument at the New Storrs Cemetery in Mansfield.